Owen Sullivan has been chosen to head the new kitchen at luxury event and bespoke contract caterer, Noble House Events and Kitchen.
Sullivan, who was previously Gordon Ramsay’s executive chef at Maze, the Maze Grills, and the Savoy Grill, will now lead the high profile catering company.
Noble House was founded in 2008 by Conrad Baker and Emma Noble-Baker.
The bespoke catering company underwent a recent rebrand which saw the Noble House Group divided into Noble House Events, which specialises in private, corporate and wedding catering, and Noble House Kitchen, which focuses on workplace food delivery and contract catering.
Amidst company growth, the head office and kitchen recently relocated to a larger east London site. The new kitchen facilities has increased capacity contract and event catering production.
Baker said: “We wanted to show our clients the breadth of our services.
“With Owen’s expertise in ultra high-end cuisine and large scale, uncompromising, production, along with the increased capabilities of our new kitchen site, we are excited about this new chapter for Noble House and our clients.”
Sullivan was part of the Gordon Ramsay group for almost 10 years, and helped open international branches for the group, including sites in Las Vegas, New York and Doha.
The company said: “Under Owen Sullivan’s guidance the kitchen team create, craft and freshly prepare individually tailored menus for clients across London, the Home Counties and beyond.”
It added: “Extensive Michelin Starred experience, combining beautiful flavours, stunning presentation, provenance of ingredients and sourcing the finest produce are at the heart of Owen’s craft.
“It is this ethos that allows him to find harmony across different styles of cuisine. Clients can expect to see this signature style across menus for both Noble House Events and Noble House Kitchen.”